On paper, the Mate 30 Pro specifications of this chip are supposed to support 2.3Gbps download speeds and 1.25Gbps upload speeds. In our tests, the download speed we were able to achieve was close to 1.9Gbps. While the upload speed is 132Mbps. When compared to a 4G network, on the same device by turning off 5G mode – the download speed is 118Mbps and the upload is 46.4Mbps. This means about over ten times the speed difference for downloads and a double increase in upload speeds.
This 5G gadget test is done with a SIM card provided by Maxis. According to Maxis, their network is ready with 5G. They just have to wait for an answer from MCMC to give the final word when they can prepare.
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So what are the advantages of 5G? Lots. Very many and some were unexpected. Among the things we were able to test was the app download in the Huawei App Gallery, around 30 large -sized apps were downloaded simultaneously and it was completed in a very short time. We also had the opportunity to test video calls from Mate 30 Pro 5G to Huawei TV at the test site. The location is about 2 KM, there is no time lag and the video call is smooth.
Huawei also provides several 5G CPE routers for use in the office or home. The test of downloading large presentation files is fast. The size of around 500MB is completed in the blink of an eye. Playing 8K format online video is also smooth and no problem.
Huawei is one of the leading suppliers in Malaysia for 5G infrastructure in Malaysia. Both infra at the test site, either 4G or 5G are from them. In our tests, most were 5G SA tests – that is, using its own 5G infra instead of the power -enhanced 4G infra.
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